Vistana Kuala Lumpur Titiwangsa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... tiny with a toilet, hand basin and shower, but the water is lovely and hot! We had a beautiful lunch on board, sharing a table with a lovely Swiss couple, Phillipe and Roxanne. We spent the afternoon in the observation carriage watching the Malaysian scenery go by: Palm tree plantation after Palm tree plantation, until it started to rain so we retired to our cabin where afternoon tea of sandwiches and scones, jam and cream was served. We left the train in ...
... left school at 4.30 and NOT done any work for the rest of the evening! Crazy!! I’ve written this is 2 parts and already forgotten if ive mention we have a bank holiday on Tuesday so its only a 4 day week! Woop! A social has been arranged for Monday night in an English style pub right below our apartment block so that should be a bit of fun. Right, i really should do some work. I look forward to chatting to you all soon, i am back on skype!
Much love to all ...
So far, I can safely say that KL is an amazingly cool city. We arrived in last night, and once settled into our dorm room, we headed straight out into China town, a short stride away for some dinner. Already it was clear how busy and crazy this city is. China town is full of fake everything, trainers, watches, handbags, the lot! Satiating our hunger was our main priority though, so we sat down for some street food quickly. Once full, we strolled back to the ...
... through the extensive palm-tree plantations to "China Town" for cheap accommodation and food. WE WERE HUNGRY. The tictacs and gum did NOT suffice on the plane as adequate nutrition, as we first thought, but it provided pretty good entertainment when Emma decided to down the whole lot of gum.
We dodged the endless cracks and oddly-placed steps of the sidewalks and arrived at Petaling Street ...
... me remember the passengers who had done the same thing just months before and empathized for the families. I have to admit, everytime we hit any turbulence, I was a little scared.
After our six hour flight, we landed safely in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia and had a quick layover before we were off again to Bangalore. When we landed in Bangalore, we went through a painless immigration process, collected ...